ASMP Lecture | Working for Nonprofits

DOING WELL BY DOING GOOD: Working in the Non-profit/NGO Market

An Evening with Jamie Rose / Momenta Workshops
Wednesday, September 14, 2011

In the work-a-day world, it’s rare to find a path where you can both make a living and make a change. Helping to tell the story for Non-Profits and NGOs (non-governmental organizations) is one of those paths. Whether creating still imagery or video/multimedia documentaries, working with these organizations is a viable way to exercise your creative muscle and build a business.

Join us to hear Jamie Rose speak about what it means to shoot for non-profits, what the work looks like, and the practical in’s and out’s of working for these organizations.

Jamie Rose is an international award-winning photojournalist based here in Washington, DC. She has worked in 5 continents, won awards and grants for her documentary photography and has been a contract photographer with some of the world’s largest nonprofit organizations, including Doctors Without Borders and The Global Fund. Jamie’s work has been published in National Geographic Books, The New York Times Magazine, TIME, Newsweek, and others. She has been internationally recognized for her long term documentary projects on volunteer health care providers and humanitarian issues.

In 2009, Jamie joined Momenta as the Director of Workshops and creates the curriculum for that division. In 2011, she was awarded the United Nations’ ICP Photographers Leadership Award in New York City for her devotion to the field of documentary photography.

Don’t miss this important evening.

September 14, 2011
6:30 pm Social & Refreshments
7:00 pm Program

Weschler Auditorium
American University
Washington, DC

ASMP Members: $10
Non-Members: $20
Students: $5

Students: (With valid ID) $5

ASMP Members: $10

Non-members: $20


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